In remembering 9/11, the Colonial House “Hero Week” was created to honor those lost and pay tribute to the many who continue to defend our wonderful nation. It also serves as a time to exalt some of our community’s most heroic public defenders and raise money to donate to a good cause.
Past Emergency Response Professionals who have been honored during Hero Week include Officer McCandless, Officer Armstrong, and Officer Doyle of the Rapid City Police Department.
Throughout Hero Week the public is invited to make a donation to the Fallen Officers Memorial Fund at the Colonial House. No purchase necessary, no strings attached, and no pressure: just straight up good karma.
Remembering 9/11 and our local Emergency Response Professionals is beyond important. The Colonial House recognizes this and is standing up for all heroes, both locally and nationally with the help of our community. Honoring these fine men and women is just one more step to building a better society; a better America.